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To: cipe-l,AT,inka,DOT,de
Subject: Re: Slow file sharing performance
From: "Renato A. Q. Salles" <rsalles,AT,rsnetservices,DOT,com,DOT,br>
Date: Mon, 8 Sep 2003 10:59:43 -0300 (BRT)
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References: <3F515FDA.5080406@rogers.com> <200309031249.22545.alatham@flexsys-group.com> <3F5667B1.2050109@rogers.com> <200309040929.00895.alatham@flexsys-group.com> <3F5A8FD8.9070207@rogers.com> <3F5B00CE.3000900@bank-connect.com>
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Yes, but in an instance where QoS is needed, RFC 2549 can be applyed to.

>> I have just tried running my vpn through a direct connection via switch
>> to my firewall, so that it runs at full 100 Mb.  I can now access the
>> file shares with no problem.  This would indicate to me that the VPN is
>> functioning correctly and the problem is likely due to the great
>> bandwidth difference, as a result of going through the dial up
>> connection to a 100 Mb network.  I wonder what can be done about that?
>
> I would suggest that you apply RFC 1149
>
> Peter
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Renato A. Q. Salles
  Gerencia Geral
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